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Dec 23, 2012 4:20am EST
to focus more on as opposed to spending so much energy on the national level. we have not seen the opposition come together until the recent coalition, which i am actually quite hopeful about. what we have seen is the legitimacy has been derived from the ground up and enter syria. as for the military opposition as well as the political opposition. the stability after assad is they will have to accept a decentralized state. it does not need to be a hard line drawn. what i do see happening is an agreement between the central government and local government a local government will be stronger here and the central government is not going to have authority over syria. if any central power can come in after the fact and try to do that, they will undermine stability. in order to actually have reconciliation, i think the first up is going to be to get the armed opposition to coalesce around an organization that can credibly guarantee a monopoly on the use of force of the area controls. i think we have the beginnings of that, finally, with this new military coalition. beethe group inclu
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